these games do not work with me. i will have to answer this on issue for you as well it seems.I'm amused at how desperate you are at trying to change the subject of our discussion. You've abandoned the questions I earlier asked you to end up posing new question(s).
i have looked very hard for islamic sources that define what it is to pray, it is a mechanical process, with body postures and mechanism, on specific times of the day. this is the ritual that you call praying. if you have another definition share it with us.
this is very different from what we infer when we mean pray, to us praying is an act of communication with the Divine, it is an ongoing conversation with the divine, it is an act of listening, an act of observing and contemplating. it is not simply us praying to God, but it is more importantly about God addressing us, it is a two way street.
thus it becomes more than obvious that you cannot use the same word "prayer" and "praying" to abstract two extremely different notions. once you recognize these differences we can proceed.
and here is the official source to back it.
and for the record i have the answer to your previous post saved and ready, i just will not post it until you prove you are capable of a minimum level of understanding and objectivity.